As the New England Patriots continue to digest their 35-29 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday (dropping them to 2-4 on the 2021 season) they continue to take stock into their performance on both sides of the ball.
Despite some positive moments on both sides of the ball, including some key defensive stops and a gutsy fourth-quarter performance by rookie quarterback Mac Jones, the New England Patriots fell to 2-4 on the 2021 NFL Season with a 35-29 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday evening at Gillette Stadium.
I sit here tired and a little sleep deprived again, as the Patriots almost won, again. I guess you can only cry moral victory so many times, so I’m not gonna be the girl who cried wolf and even try, but it was one more frustrating loss at Foxborough.
The New England Patriots fell to 2-4 on the 2021 NFL Season with a 35-29 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday evening at Gillette Stadium. Pats quarterback Mac Jones threw for 229 yards with two touchdowns and one interception, while Damien Harris would add 101 yard rushing on 18 carries for a touchdown of his own.
Newton, who was cut by the Patriots just before the start of the season, made clear on Sunday his intentions to continue his career: "Hell yea, I want to still play football." View the original article to see embedded media.
My first Patriots game was this matchup back in 2019, a cold Sunday afternoon, the weather was horrific, but, it was an amazing experience for me. I got to see Tom Brady play in one of his final games for the Patriots, N’Keal Harry haul in his first NFL touchdown, and witness the Pats win a close one at Gillette.
The Dallas Cowboys (4-1) face the New England Patriots (2-3) at Gillette Stadium on Sunday for Week 6 of the NFL. The Cowboys started the week as 4.0-point favorites but the spread has since moved to 3.5.